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                    Winter‐break holiday‐2018‐19 

                                                                CLASS‐XI‐ 

1. Let n(U) = 700,  n(A) = 200, n(B) = 300,  n(AUB) =100, find n(A’∩B’). 
2. Let A and B have 3 and 6 elements respectively, then find the number of 
elements in A U B. 
3. Let A and B have 4 and 7 elements respectively, then find the maximum 
number of elements in A U B. 
4. If A and B are disjoint non‐empty sets, then what is A – (A‐B)? 
5. If A = {Ф, {Ф} }, write the power set of A. 
6. If R is relation on a finite set having n elements, find the number of relations 
on A. 
7. If R is relation from a set A to Set B then is R a subset of A x B.?  Justify your 
answer. 
8. Find the range of f(x) = Cos [x]. 
9. If f(x) = 1/(1‐x), then find f(f(x). 
10.Find the domain of f(x) = √ (x‐2) + √(4‐x). 
11.If 5sin Ф=3 find( sec Ф+tan Ф)/ (sec Ф‐tan Ф) 
12.If sinӨ‐ sin Ф = a and CosӨ ‐ CosФ = b , then Cos (Ө ‐ Ф). 
13.If sin A + cosec A = 2, find Sin² A + Cosec² A. 
14.Find the value of 1+ i+ i² +i³. 
15.The value of  [(1‐i)/(1+i)]. 
16.If  (Cos A – iSinA)² = x‐iy then find the value of x² + y² . 
17.Find the amplitude of 1/i. 
18.Find the solution set of the inequalities  3x +5< ‐1 – x,  x‐3> 2x – 1,  5x +2 ≤ 
x+6. 
19.Find the solution set of the inequality │ 3x ‐2 │≤ 1/5. 
20.Find the solution ‐15 < [ 3(x‐2)]/5 ≤ 0. 
21.Find the value of tan 1º tan2º tan3º…tan 89º 

 

22.For sets A , B and C using properties of sets prove that A‐(B‐C) = (A‐B) U 
(A∩C). 
23.For sets A,B and C using properties of sets prove that A∩ (B‐C) =(A∩B) – 
(A∩C). 
24.If z= Cos π/4 + iSin π/6 find  │z│. 
25.If  │z│=2 and arg z = 5 π/6 find the value of z. 
26.Two finite sets have m and n elements.  The number of elements in the 
power set of the first set is 48 more than the number of elements in the 
power set of the second set.  Find m and n. 
27.A survey shows 63% Indians like mangoes whereas 76% like apples.  If x% 
Indians like both mangoes and apples find x. 
28.If f is a real function defined by f(x)=( x‐1)/(x+1) then prove that 
 

29.f(2x) = [3f(x) + 1]/f(x)+3 

30.Find the domain and range of the function f(x) = 1/(2‐Sin3x). 
31.If 9Ө = π , find the value of Cos Ө, Cos 2Ө, Cos 4Ө. 
32.The angles of a triangle are in A.P. . The number of degrees in the least is to 
the number of radians in the greatest as 60:π. Find the angles in degrees. 
33.Show that tan (60º + A) tan(60º ‐ A) = (2 Cos2A +1)/ (2Cos2A‐1). 
34.Prove that 
 

35.(Cos2A Cos3A ‐ Cos2ACos7A+Cos A Cos10A)/Sin4ASin3A‐Sin2ASin5A+ 
Sin4ASin7A)  = Cot 6A Cot5A. 

 

36.If Cos A = ¾, the find the value of 32 Sin A/2 Sin 5A/2. 
37.Find real Ө such that  (3 +2iSinӨ)/ (1‐2iSinӨ0 is purely imaginary. 
38.If (x+iy)(2‐3i) = 4+i find the value of x and y. 
39.Find the value of x³ + 7x²‐x +16 when x= 1+2i. 
40.Find the modulus and argument of the following complex number and 
convert it to polar form (1+2i)/(1‐3i). 
41.Solve the equation x² ‐(7‐i)x + 18‐i = 0 over C. 
42.Solve graphically 2x+y≥ 8 ;  x+2y≥8 : x+y≤6. 
43.Find all pairs of  consecutive odd natural numbers both of which are larger 
than 10 such that their sum is less than 40. 
44.In a town of 10000 families it was found  that 40% families buy news papers 
A,      205 families  buy news paper B and 10%families buy newspaperC.5% 
families 
45.buy A&B,3%buy B&C and 4%buy A&C .If 2% families buy all the 3 papers find 
the number of  families which buy (i)A only. 
46.(ii) B only.(iii) None of A,B and C. 

 

   2 . For any two sets A and B prove by using properties of sets that : 
          (i)  A (A U B) − (A I B)=(A-B) U (B-A)  

          (ii)  ( A I B ) U ( A − B ) = A  

          (iii)    ( A U B ) − A = B − A  

 

     

5 Prove using PMI: 

7
7+77 +777…+777…= (10n +1 − 9n − 10)  
81

 

6. 

X+2y ≤ 40,3x+y ≥ 30,4x+3y ≥ 60,x ≥ 0,y ≥ 0. 

        HOTS ON STRAIGHT LINES 

 1)    Find the Angle between x‐axis and line joining the points (3,‐1)  

       and (4,‐2) 

 2)    Find the Equation of a line which is parallel to x‐axis and passes 

       through (3,‐5) 

 3)    Find the Equations of altitudes of the triangle whose vertices are  

   A(7,‐1) B( ‐2,8) and C(1,2) 

                   4)    Find the distance of the line 2x+y=3 from the point ( (‐1,‐3)in the                      

        direction of the line whose slope is 1. 
  5)   Prove that the lines √3 x + y = 0, √3 y + x = 0, √3 x + y = 1, √3 y + x = 1 

             form a rhombus. 

      6)  Find the Equation of the straight line which has y‐intercept 4/3 and is perpendicular  

           to 3x – 4y +11=0 

    7)  Find the Image of the point (3,8) with respect to the line x+3y =7  

        8)  Find the angle between x=a and by+c=0 

        9)  Find the Equation of the line through the intersction of 2x ‐7y+11=0 and  

             x+3y ‐ 8 =0 and is parallel to x‐axis. 

      10)  Find the Equation of two straight lines through (7,9) making an angle of 60    with the line 

 x ‐ √3 y – 2 √3 =0 

                                                                                                                                     

 

HOT QUESTIONS ON PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS  CLASSX1 

1, Find the number of arrangements of the letters of the word 

INDEPENDENCE. In how many of these arrangements, 

(i) Do the words start with P 

(ii) do all the vowels always occur together 

(iii) do the vowels never occur together 

(iv) do the words begin with I and end in P? 

 

2,How many words, with or without meaning can be made from the letters of the 

word MONDAY, assuming that no letter is repeated, if. 

(i) 4 letters are used at a time, (ii) all letters are used at a time, 

(iii) all letters are used but first letter is a vowel? 
 

3,In how many of the distinct permutations of the letters in MISSISSIPPI do the 

four I’s not come together? 

 

4,. In how many ways can the letters of the word PERMUTATIONS be arranged if the 

(i) words start with P and end with S, (ii) vowels are all together, 

(iii) there are always 4 letters between P and S 

 

5,What is the number of ways of choosing 4 cards from a pack of 52 

playing cards? In how many of these 

(i) four cards are of the same suit, 

(ii) four cards belong to four different suits, 

(iii) are face cards, 

(iv) two are red cards and two are black cards, 

(v) cards are of the same colour? 

 

6, Find the number of words with or without meaning which can be made 

using all the letters of the word AGAIN. If these words are written as in a dictionary, 

what will be the 50th word? 

 

7,How many numbers greater than 1000000 can be formed by using the 

   digits 1, 2, 0, 2, 4, 2, 4? 

 

8,In how many ways can 5 girls and 3 boys be seated in a row so that no 
    two boys are together? 

 

9,How many words, with or without meaning, each of 2 vowels and 3 consonants 

can be formed from the letters of the word DAUGHTER ? 

 

10,If the different permutations of all the letter of the word EXAMINATION are 

listed as in a dictionary, how many words are there in this list before the first 

word starting with E ? 

 

 

Chapter 11. Conic sections 

1. Find the vertex, focus, and directrix of the conic sections given below, and sketch the 
(rough) graph.  
(i) x = 2y 2  
(ii) 4x 2 = − y
 
(iii) 4y + x2 = 0
 
(iv) 4 x 2 + y 2 = 16
 
(v) 4 x 2 + 25 y 2 = 25
 
x2 y2
(vi) + =1
64 100
 
(vii) y2 − x2 = 4
 
2. A circle with equation (x – 120)2 + (y – 150)2 = 19600 is given. Expand
and simplify the binomials in this equation in order to get an equation of
the form.
3. Ax2 + Bxy + Cy2 + Dx + Ey + F = 0 and find the values of A, B,C, D, E,
and F.
4. A cross-section of a parabolic reflector is shown in the figure. The bulb is
located at the focus and the opening at the focus is 10cm. (a) Find the
equation of the parabola, (b) Find the diameter of the opening CD, 11 cm
from the vertex.
5. Find the equation of the parabola whose focus is at (‐1, ‐2) and the directrix the line 
x – 2y + 3 = 0. 
6. Find the vertex, axis, focus, directrix, latus rectum of the following
parabola y2 – 8y – x +19 = 0
7. The focal distance of a point on the parabola y2 = 12x is 4. Find the abscissa of this 
point. 
8. Find the equation of the parabola whose vertex is at (2, 1) and the directrix is x = y – 
1. 
9. Show that x2 + 4y2 + 2x + 16y + 13 = 0 is the equation of an ellipse. Find
its eccentricity, vertices, foci, directrices, length of the latus rectum and
equation of the latus rectum.
10. Find the equation of the ellipse whose foci are (2, 3), (‐2, 3) and whose Semi‐minor 
axis is  5 . 
11. Find the equation of the hyperbola whose congrigate axis 5 and the distance 
between the foci is 13.  
12. Show that the equation x2 – 2y2 – 2x + 8y –1 = 0 represents a   hyperbola. Find the 
center, foci length of axes, eccentricity, latus rectum and equation of directrices. 

13. A man running a race-course notes that the sum of the distances from the
two flag posts from him is always 10m and the distance between the flag
post is 8m. Find the equation of the path traced by the man.

14. An equilateral triangle is inscribed in the parabola y2 = 4ax, where one
vertex is at the vertex of the parabola. Find the length of the side of the
triangle.

AJEET KUMAR SINGH

PGT –MARTHEMATICS
GOLE MARKET- I SHIFT
Winter Break Home work of Social Science

Class VI E
1. Collect and paste pictures of stupas and temples of ancient India and write few
sentences about each of them.
2. Revise all the chapters of 2nd term taught in the Class for PT2 Exam to be held in
January 2019

Class VIII C and VIII D

1.Collect and paste pictures of at least 10 social reformers of India and write their efforts
to reform society and social evils.
2.Revise all the chapters of 2nd term taught in the Class for PT2 Exam to be held in
January 2019

Class IX D

1. Make a project on different types of Natural vegetations and wildlife found in India.
Paste relevant pictures and write about them.
2.Revise all the chapters of 2nd term taught in the Class for PT3 Exam to be held in
January 2019.

Class X B
1.Solve the CBSE Board Question Paper of Social Science of the years
2015,2016,2017
 
HOLIDAYS HOME WORK(WINTER BREAK) 

CLASS – VI TO X 

 

1. Revise chapter‐9 to 12 for periodic test 2 

2. Practise all the example of chapter‐9to 12 

3.Learn and write tables 2 to 20 

4. Do 20 sums ( for each operation +,‐,x,and divide 

For example:‐ [given variation for all classes] 

 1. 2244     2.  9899     3.9999 

+ 9984     ‐88404           x999  

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4.98888/188 

5.Prepare a model related to mathematical innovation and applications[as already assigned in the class] 

6.Make a chart despotism mathematicians and their work[or] mathematical activities 

7.Do the revision work done in the class 

NOTE:‐ 

1. Do something for mother earth such as :‐ 

(i) Saving water and energy  

(ii) Plant a tree 

(iii) Make your surrounding ( your home ) clean 

(iv) Sprinkle water around your home (take a photograph) 

2.Explore outside take fresh air, exercise + observe the natural environment as it is synonym with 
childhood 

3.Spend your quality time with parents and siblings 

4.Don’t stick to electronic devices as cell phones ,T.V and internet 

5. Try helping your parents with their daily work 

6.Prepare a song/special item/thought anything of your choice for assembly 

 

 
™ CLASS ‐ IX 

1. Revise chapter 1‐13 for periodic test 3 

2.Solve all the  example of chapter 1 to 13 in a separate notebook  

3. Solve question paper of PT‐1 andPT‐2 

4. Solve sample paper [already given] in your register 

5.Prepare math's  working model for exhibitions[science and math's which is to be held in January , 
2019]  

  

SOME EXAMPLES:‐ 

1. Maths working model on quadrilaterals 

2. Maths working model on pythagorous theorem 

3.Maths working model on trigonometric values 

4. On trigonometric identities 

5.Make and display the ancient number system and the way they applied different concepts 

On tackle problems and the topic already  assigned in the class   

CLASS X 

1.Solve question paper – PT 1, mid term and pre‐board‐1 both sets in separate register  

2. It is compulsory to attend remedial classes 

3.Solve question paper i.e  sample paper[3] already given in the classroom  

4.Submit your maths activity file on 15 January 2019 

Prepared By‐ 

{Team Mathematics} 

1) Mr. Mukesh Nagar 
2) Ms. Indu Sharma 
3) Ms. Indu Kiran 
4) Ms. Bhavna 
5) Mr. Uday Kant 

 

TGT (MATHEMATICS)  

 
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gole Market, New Delhi
Winter Break Home Assignment
Class X (English Language & Literature)

Section A Reading
Q.1. Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Q.2. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Section B Writing
Q.3. Akash Gill is the Cultural Captain of Kendriya Vidyalaya Gole Market. Inter- School
Dramatics Competition has been organised in the school. He writes a notice inviting the
students to participate in the event. Draft a notice on his behalf.

Q.4. Ronit Singh is the Eco-club Secretary of Kendriya Vidyalaya Gole Market. Your school is
organising a 'Van mahodaya' i.e. tree plantation ceremony in the school premises. Draft a
notice on his behalf inviting the students to participate in the event and contribute at least six
plants from each class.

Q.5.
Section C Grammar
Q.6.
Section D Literature
Q.7 Write the critical appreciation of Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
Q.8 Sketch the character of Julius Caeser.
Q.9 Sketch the character of Brutus.
Q.10 The thin line between the actual reality and the virtual reality has been
erased in the story Virtually True. Elucidate.
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Gole Market, New Delhi
Winter Break Home Assignment
Class IX (English Language & Literature)

Section A Literature
Q.1. Write the critical appreciation of the story Bond of Love.

Q.2 What is the world vision of the poem The Snake Trying.

Q.3 “Lives of great man reminds us that we can make our life sublime.” Discuss this with
reference to Santosh Yadav or Maria Sharapova.

Q.4 The Happy Prince is a beautiful story with Beautiful world vision. Elucidate.

Q.5 To complete the questions & answers of all the taught lessons.

Section B Writing
Q.6. Ronit Singh is the Eco-club Secretary of Kendriya Vidyalaya Gole Market. Your school is
organising a 'Van mahodaya' i.e. tree plantation ceremony in the school premises. Draft a
notice on his behalf inviting the students to participate in the event and contribute at least six
plants from each class.

Q.7. Akash Gill is the Cultural Captain of Kendriya Vidyalaya Gole Market. Inter- School
Dramatics Competition has been organised in the school. He writes a notice inviting the
students to participate in the event. Draft a notice on his behalf.
Q.8.
Section C Grammar
Q.9.
Section D Literature
Q.10 Read the poem carefully and answer the questions that follow:
Q.11. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:
K.V.GOLE MARKET (1st shift)

WINTER BREAK

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK

SUBJECT- ENGLISH

CLASS- XII

1. Write the pen portraits of all the characters in the novel, ‘ The Invisible
Man’.
2. Solve at least 5 CBSE question papers of English.
K.V.GOLE MARKET (1st shift)

WINTER BREAK
HOLIDAY HOMEWORK
SUBJECT- ENGLISH
CLASS- XI
Q1. Read the following passage carefully.

Whether work should be placed among the causes of happiness or among the causes of
unhappiness may perhaps be regarded as a doubtful question. There is certainly much
work which is exceedingly irksome, and an excess of work is always very painful.
However, work is not, to most people, more painful than idleness. There are, in work, all
grades; from more relief of tedium up to the profoundest delights, according to the nature of
the work and the abilities of the worker. Most of the work that most people have to do is
not interesting in itself, but even that work has certain great advantages. To begin with, it
fills a good many hours of the day without the need of deciding what one shall do. Most
people, when they are left free to fill their own time according to their own choice, are
at a loss to think of anything sufficiently pleasant to be worth doing. And whatever they
decide on, they are troubled by the feeling that something else would have been more
pleasant here. To be able to fill leisure intelligently is the last product of civilization and
at present very few people have reached this level. Moreover the exercise of choice is
tiresome in itself. Except, to people with unusual initiative, it is positively agreeable to be
told what to do at each hour of the day, provided the orders are not too unpleasant. Most of
the idle rich suffer unspeakable boredom. At times they may find relief by hunting big game
in Africa or by flying around the world, but the number of such sensations is limited,
especially after youth is past. Accordingly, the more intelligent rich men work nearly as hard
as if they were poor.

Work, therefore is desirable, first and foremost as a preventive of boredom, although
uninteresting work is as boring as having nothing to do. With this advantage of work,
another associated advantage is that it makes holidays much more delicious when they come.
Provided that a man does not have to work so hard as to impair his vigour, he is likely to find
far more zest than an idle man would possibly find.

The second advantage of most paid work and some of unpaid work is that it gives
chances of success and opportunities for ambition. In most work, success is measured by
income and while our capitalistic society continues, this is inevitable. However dull work too,
becomes bearable, if it is a means of building up a reputation. Continuity of purpose is one
of the most essential ingredients of happiness and that comes chiefly through work.

A. On the basis of your reading of the above passage make notes on it, using
headings and sub – headings. Use recognizable abbreviations (wherever necessary
– minimum 4) .Also supply an appropriate title to it.

B. Write a summary of the passage in about 100 words.

Q2. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:

1. It is very easy to acquire bad habit, such as eating too many sweets or too much food or
drinking too much fluid of any kind, or smoking. The more we do a thing, the more we tend to
like doing it and if we do not continue to do it, we feel unhappy. This is called the force of habit
and the force of habit should be fought against.
2. Things which may be good when only done from time to time tend to become very harmful
when done too often and too much. This applies even in such good things as work or rest. Some
people form a bad habit of working too much and others idling too much. The wise man always
remembers that is true about him and checks any bad habit. He says to himself, I am becoming
idle ‘or’ I like too many sweets ‘or’ ‘I smoke too much’ and then adds ‘I will get myself out of
this bad habit at once.’
3. One of the most widely spread of bad habits is the use of tobacco. Tobacco is now smoked or
chewed by man, often by women, and even by children, almost all over the world. It was
brought to Europe from America by Sir Walter Raleigh, four centuries ago, and has thence
spread everywhere. I have very much doubt where there is any good in the habit, even when
tobacco is not used to excess; and it is extremely difficult to get rid of the habit when once it has
been formed.
4. Alcohol is taken in almost all cool and cold climates and to a very much less extent in hot
areas. Thus, it is taken by people who live in the Himalaya Mountains but not nearly so much by
thus who live in the plains in India. Alcohol is not necessary in any way to anybody. Millions of
people are beginning to do without it entirely; and once the United States of America have
passed laws which forbid its manufacture or sale throughout the length and breadth of their vast
country. In India it is not required by people at all and should be avoided by them all together.
The regular use of Alcohol, even in small quantities, tends to cause mischief in many ways to
various organs of the body. It affects the liver; it weakens the mental power and lessens the
general energy of the body.

a) On the basis of your reading of the passage make notes on it, using recognizable
abbreviations where necessary. Give a title to the passage.
b) Write the summary of the above passage in about 100 words.

Q3. Your school is organizing a fete to collect funds for charity. Only school students are
eligible to put up stalls. As Head Boy/ Head girl of Meera International School, draft a notice in
not more than 50 words to be put up announcing sale of stalls giving all other necessary details.
Q4. You are Karan/Kanika, Secretary Cultural club of your school. Your school is organizing a
Dramatics workshop during the Winter Break for senior students of the school. Draft a notice
for the school notice board informing the students giving all relevant details.

Q5.You want to sell your car as you are going abroad .Draft a suitable advertisement to be
published in the ‘Hindustan Times’.

Q6. A.K International school is looking for an English Teacher in the capacity to teach PGT classes for
the school. Write an advertisement on behalf of the administrative officer in the classified columns of
the local news paper giving necessary details. Draft the advertisement in not more than 50 words.

Q7. You are the Cultural Secretary of Hyderabad Public School, Hyderabad. You arranged a
cultural evening especially for the parents in which all the children of your school participated
in different cultural items. Write a report for your school magazine on the cultural show in
about 150-200 words.

Q8.You are Sachin/Shaivya. You participated in the 'Swachhata Pakhwara' organized by your
school. Write a report on the event in about 150-200 words.

Q9.You are a member of the Environmental Club of your school. You are concerned about felling of
trees and degradation of the environment. Write an article on ‘Environment without trees’ in about
150- 200 words to be published in the ‘Times of India’.

Q10. You are Sanju/ Sanjana, a member of Health club of your school. You are disturbed at the
increasing instances of students facing stress due to examinations. Write an article on "How to
Beat Examination related stress". (150-200 words)

Q11.There is a mistake in each line of the following passage. Find the mistake and write that with the
correction as shown in the example below:

When a diamond is find in the Earth, e.g. find- found

its outside appear is rather dull. a) _________

Then skilful hands makes it into b) _________

a sparkled gem we all know about. c) _________

Most diamonds are sawing into two, d) _________

And every half is shaped and cut e) _________

into the round diamond. Then little f) _________

faces or facets is cut into the diamond. g) _________

The average diamond is cutting into h) _________

58 facets.
शीतकालीन अवकाश कार्य कक्षा दसवीं 1- दो आदशय प्रश्न
पत्र ललखना ।

2- लवज्ञापन लेखन (20 से 25 शब्द )

बालों का तेल, पेप्सी, पुराने मकान को बेचने हेत,
ु अलििावक व लवद्यार्थयर्ों को वार्षयक खेल ददवस पर
आमंत्रण हेतु ।

3- आपके नगर में अनालिकृ त मकान बनार्े जा रहे हैं । इनकी रोकथाम के ललए लजलालिकारी को पत्र ललखो ।

4- दकसी एक पर संकेत लबन्दुओ के आिार पर लनबंि ललखो । (क)
स्वच्छ िारत अलिर्ान

(ख) लवद्यार्थयर्ों में बढ़ती अनुशासनहीनता
नीलम टीजीटी लहन्दी
शीतकालीन अवकाश कार्य कक्षा आठवीं
1- प्राचार्य महोदर् को पुनः प्रवेश हेतु प्रार्यना पत्र लललिए ।
2- प्राचार्य महोदर् को दो ददन के अवकाश हेतु प्रार्यना पत्र ललिो ।
3- परिश्रम का महत्त्व बताते हुए अपने छोटे भाई को एक पत्र ललिो ।
4- स्वच्छ भाित अलभर्ान, लवद्यार्ी जीवन में अनुशासन की भूलमका पि अनुच्छेद ललिो ।
5- पाठ्य पुस्तक वसंत – के पाठ कामचोि से सूि के पद तक प्रश्न अभ्र्ास औि भाषा की बात र्ाद किना ।
6- भाित की िोज नामक पुस्तक से पाठ- “नई समस्र्ाएँ“ से लेकि “तनाव” तक 20 प्रश्न-उत्ति तैर्ाि
किें ।
7- समास के भेद एवं उदाहिण सलहत समझाइए ।
नीलम टीजीटी लहन्दी
शीतकालीन अवकाश कार्य कक्षा सातवीं
1- ननबंध लेखन –
क दूरदशयन
ख प्रातःकाल की सैर
ग अनुशासन का महत्त्व
2- पत्र लेखन-
क शुल्क माफ़ी हेतु प्राचार्य को पत्र
ख बड़े भाई के नववाह में आमंनत्रत करते हुए अपने नमत्र को पत्र नलखो
ग कक्षा अनुभाग बदलवाने के नलए प्राचार्य को प्रार्यना पत्र
3- 10 पर्ायर्वाची शब्द , 10 वाकर्ांश के नलए एक शब्द तर्ा 10 मुहावरे नलनखए ।
4- सहार्क पुस्तक बाल-महाभारत का सारांश अपने शब्दों में नलखो ।
5- वसंत पाठ्यपुस्तक से रहीम के दोहे से- वीर कुुँ वर ससंह तक के प्रश्न उत्तर एवं भाषा की बात र्ाद करना

नीलम टीजीटी नहन्दी
शीतकालीन अवकाश कार्य कक्षा-VI
1- प्राचार्य महोदर् को दो ददन के अवकाश हेतु प्रार्यना पत्र ललखो ।
2- अपने लमत्र को जन्मददन की बधाई देते हुए पत्र ललखो ।
3- अनुच्छेद लेखन –
क- मेरा लवद्यालर्
ख- मेरा बचपन
4- वसंत पाठर्पुस्तक से झााँसी की रानी से लोकगीत तक प्रश्नों का अभ्र्ास करना ।
5- बाल रामकर्ा पुस्तक का सारांश अपने शब्दों में ललखना ।
6- दकन्हीं दो पात्रों के मध्र् संवाद लललखए ।
7- पााँच पृष्ठ सुलेख ललखो ।

नीलम टीजीटी लहन्दी
शीतकालीन अवकाश कार्य कक्षा नवी
1- ननम्ननलनित नवषर्ों पर ननबंध नलिो ।
क देश की प्रगनत में र्ुवाओं का र्ोगदान ।
ि मोबाइल फोन सम्पनि एवम नवपनि के रूप में ।
ग कामकाजी मनिलाओं के समक्ष चुनौनतर्ााँ ।
घ नवद्यार्थयर्ों में बढ़ती अनुशासनिीनता ।
2- पत्र लेिन ।
क मोिल्ले में गंदगी की समस्र्ा को व्यक्त करते हुए स्वास््र् अनधकारी को नशकार्ती पत्र
नलनिए ।
ि प्रनसद्ध समाचार पत्र के संपादक को आपके क्षेत्र में िोने वाली चोरी डकै ती की समस्र्ा िेतु
एक पत्र नलनिए ।
ग आपके नवद्यालर् में वार्षयक उत्सव मनार्ा गर्ा िै। आपने इसमें भाग नलर्ा िै । इस उत्सव का
अनुभव बताते हुए अपने छोटे भाई को एक पत्र नलिो ।
घ आपके नवद्यालर् के पुस्तकालर् में पुस्तकों की आपूर्तय िेतु प्राचार्य को एक प्राथयना पत्र नलिो ।
3- देश में बढ़ती बेरोजगारी की समस्र्ा को लेकर दो नमत्रों के बीच हुई बातचीत को संवाद शैली में
नलनिए ।
4- ननम्न उपसगों की सिार्ता से दो-दो शब्दों का ननमायण कीनजर्े ।
अनु, परा, बद, प्र प्रत्र्र्
की सिार्ता से शब्द ननमायण कीनजए ।
आवट, आिट, अक्कड़, वाला
5- समस्त पद का नवग्रि करते हुए समास का नाम नलिो ।
लंबोदर, पीताम्बर, शोकाकु ल, रोगग्रस्त, अनुरूप, ननिःसन्देि ।

नीलम टीजीटी निन्दी
HOLIDAY HOMEWORK
Ms. Anju Parwal

CLASS 7

1. Chapter 11-14(Learn exercise questions key words and diagrams
1. Excretory system
2. Parts of flower
3. Symbols of electric circuit component
4. Human heart

CLASS 11

1. Learn exercise and intext questions of redox reactions, hydrogen,s- block and p block elements.
2. Write exercise questions of chapter environmental chemistry
3. Innovative project on agriculture and organic chemistry.

CLASS 12

1. Solve the question papers of preboard 1
HOLIDAY HOMEWORK
Ms. Ritu sharma

CLASS 7

1. Chapter 11-14(Learn exercise questions key words and diagrams

2. Excretory system

3.Parts of flower

4.Symbols of electric circuit component

5. Human heart

6. Solve questions of chapter light

CLASS 11

1. Learn exercise and intext questions of redox reactions, hydrogen,s- block and p block elements.
2. Write exercise questions of chapter environmental chemistry
3. Innovative project on agriculture and organic chemistry.

CLASS 12

1. Solve the question papers of preboard 1
   ENGLISH  WINTER BREAK –HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK [2018‐2019] 

                                                 VI  C  

Q1.Learn lessons for P.T. –II . 

Q2.Read lesson:‐10 of books. 

Q3.Practice – letter writing, notice, application. 

Q4. Write 5 idioms with their meanings and pictures on A4 sheet.  

                                         CLASS VII B  

         ENGLISH  WINTER BREAK HOLIDAY HOMEWORK  

Q1. Learn all the lessons taught for the P.T. test – II. 

Q2. Write the following – 

a] Formal letter – to class teacher to change your address. 

b] A letter to father asking for pocket money. 

c] A notice for club meeting in CCA period. 

                                                    CLASS VIII‐E           ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOMEWORK  (WINTER BREAK 2018‐2019) 

Q1.Revision of all the taught lessons and prepare for P.T.II 

Q2.Letter writing:‐ a.)To the principal for the extra classes of maths and science. 

b.)To your father for permission to join an educational trip. 

Q3.Exercise of editing (10) 

Q4.Reordering sentences (5 each day) 

Q5.Short stories (2) and diary entry (2) 

Q6.Use determiners and prepositions (5 sentences each day) 

                                            CLASS  IX – A  

          ENGLISH  HOLIDAY HOMEWORK OF WINTER BREAK  2018‐2019 

Q1. Write a letter of enquiry and a letter to editor on poor condition of roadways buses discussing your problems as well as 
putting forward your suggestion. Address the letter of enquiry to general manager RSTSC, Jaipur. Where as the other letter to 
the editor of ‘THE HINDU’, New Delhi. 

Q2. Learn all the lessons and prepare yourself for P.T‐2. 

Q3. Solve grammar exercise atleast 10 with 5 subsection each. 

Q4. Listen english news and read an article daily. 

Q5. An article on your future plan and strategy for scoring good marks in upcoming boards. 
 

                                                 
HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 
Ms. Anju Parwal 
 

 

 

CLASS 7 

1. Chapter 11‐14(Learn exercise questions key words and diagrams 
1. Excretory system 
2. Parts of flower 
3. Symbols of electric circuit component 
4. Human heart 

 

 

CLASS 11 

1. Learn exercise and intext questions of redox reactions, hydrogen,s‐ block and p block elements. 
2. Write exercise questions of chapter  environmental chemistry 
3. Innovative project on agriculture and organic chemistry. 
 
 

CLASS 12 

1. Solve the question papers of preboard 1 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

HOLIDAY HOMEWORK 
Ms. Ritu sharma 
 

 

 

CLASS 7 

1. Chapter 11‐14(Learn exercise questions key words and diagrams 
 
2. Excretory system 

3.Parts of flower 

4.Symbols of electric circuit component 

5. Human heart 
 
6. Solve questions of chapter light 
 

 

 

CLASS 11 

1. Learn exercise and intext questions of redox reactions, hydrogen,s‐ block and p block elements. 
2. Write exercise questions of chapter  environmental chemistry 
3. Innovative project on agriculture and organic chemistry. 
 
 

CLASS 12 

1. Solve the question papers of preboard 1 

 

 

 
   ENGLISH  WINTER BREAK –HOLIDAYS HOMEWORK [2018‐2019] 

                                                 VI  C  

Q1.Learn lessons for P.T. –II . 

Q2.Read lesson:‐10 of books. 

Q3.Practice – letter writing, notice, application. 

Q4. Write 5 idioms with their meanings and pictures on A4 sheet.  

                                         CLASS VII B  

         ENGLISH  WINTER BREAK HOLIDAY HOMEWORK  

Q1. Learn all the lessons taught for the P.T. test – II. 

Q2. Write the following – 

a] Formal letter – to class teacher to change your address. 

b] A letter to father asking for pocket money. 

c] A notice for club meeting in CCA period. 

                                                    CLASS VIII‐E           ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOMEWORK  (WINTER BREAK 2018‐2019) 

Q1.Revision of all the taught lessons and prepare for P.T.II 

Q2.Letter writing:‐ a.)To the principal for the extra classes of maths and science. 

b.)To your father for permission to join an educational trip. 

Q3.Exercise of editing (10) 

Q4.Reordering sentences (5 each day) 

Q5.Short stories (2) and diary entry (2) 

Q6.Use determiners and prepositions (5 sentences each day) 

                                            CLASS  IX – A  

          ENGLISH  HOLIDAY HOMEWORK OF WINTER BREAK  2018‐2019 

Q1. Write a letter of enquiry and a letter to editor on poor condition of roadways buses discussing your problems as well as 
putting forward your suggestion. Address the letter of enquiry to general manager RSTSC, Jaipur. Where as the other letter to 
the editor of ‘THE HINDU’, New Delhi. 

Q2. Learn all the lessons and prepare yourself for P.T‐2. 

Q3. Solve grammar exercise atleast 10 with 5 subsection each. 

Q4. Listen english news and read an article daily. 

Q5. An article on your future plan and strategy for scoring good marks in upcoming boards.